Living Room Design Photos with Cork Floors
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Photo by Tara Bussema © 2013 Houzz Cork flooring: Dorado by Celestial Cork; wall color: Waterby, Vista Paint; sofa: Vintage Gondola Style sofa, possibly by Adrian Pearsall, Xcape; coffee Table: Vintage Acclaim table in Walnut, Lane Furniture Company, Craigslist; rocking chair: Vintage 1960s Kofod Larsen for Selig of Denmark, Xcape; floor lamp: 1950s teak floor lamp, possibly Paul McCobb, Inretrospect; bar stools: 1960s Erik Buck for O.D. Mobler Denmark, Xcape
Andrew Snow Photography
Photo: Andrew Snow © 2013 Houzz
Direct Flooring Center
Nestled between multiple stands of Live Oak trees, the Westlake Residence is a contemporary Texas Hill Country home. The house is designed to accommodate the entire family, yet flexible in its design to be able to scale down into living only in 2,200 square feet when the children leave in several years. The home includes many state-of-the-art green features and multiple flex spaces capable of hosting large gatherings or small, intimate groups. The flow and design of the home provides for privacy from surrounding properties and streets, as well as to focus all of the entertaining to the center of the home. Finished in late 2006, the home features Icynene insulation, cork floors and thermal chimneys to exit warm air in the expansive family room. Photography by Allison Cartwright
Reader & Swartz Architects, P.C.
Photography by Ron Blunt Architectural Photography
HAUS | Architecture For Modern Lifestyles
Thermally treated Ash-clad bedroom wing passes through the living space at architectural stair - Architecture/Interiors: HAUS | Architecture For Modern Lifestyles - Construction Management: WERK | Building Modern - Photography: The Home Aesthetic
Schwartz and Architecture
Despite an extremely steep, almost undevelopable, wooded site, the Overlook Guest House strategically creates a new fully accessible indoor/outdoor dwelling unit that allows an aging family member to remain close by and at home. Photo by Matthew Millman
Rhonda Knoche Design
The portal cut-out provides a definition of spaces yet a view to the front door. From the entry hallway, one sees the great view beyond. The recessed display shelf area has a curved layered wall giving dimension to the back wall. The shelves are etched glass butted into LED tape which disperses the light throughout the floating glass shelves, illuminating the artwork. Photography by Kevin Felts.
Arcata ProFloor, Abbey Design Center
We installed white cork throughout this artist's contemporary home.
Елена Черных, дизайн-студия "d-vision"
фотограф - Виталий Иванов
ONYX & ALABASTER
We also had the privilege of refreshing this living room. We used the existing brown leather sofas and added beautiful accents including rug, coffee tables, cushions etc.
Using hidden LED strip lighting illuminates artwork without glare when watching TV. Here is a hint: under-light a floating cabinet to increase impact. It makes the space appear bigger.
OH, BOY! Интерьеры с современным характером
House Blend Lighting & Design
The narrow existing hallway opens out into a new generous communal kitchen, dining and living area with views to the garden. This living space flows around the bedrooms with loosely defined areas for cooking, sitting, eating.
Nicholas Design Collaborative
Linda Oyama Bryan
Gerber Berend Design Build, Inc.
David Patterson by Gerber Berend Design Build, Steamboat Springs, Colorado
Lisbon Cork Co. Ltd. Fine Cork Flooring combines the beauty of a natural material with the comfort of a cushioned surface. It is durable, acoustical, and a great insulator. The bark of the cork tree is peeled without destroying the tree and it grows back within nine years, ready to be harvested again. Warm to the touch and resilient, cork floors are a joy to live with. Cork is considered a green product because the same tree can be harvested numerous times.
Green Building Supply
Go2 Design Studio
Christy Wood Wright